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Diogo Jota marked his return to Molineux with a goal as Liverpool beat Wolves 1-0.
Former Reds defender Jamie Carragher nicknamed the Portuguese "Jota the slotter" in his post-match analysis.
After Nat Phillips won a header on the halfway line, the front three combined ending with Jota hammering in at the near post.
The game was overshadowed by a nasty collision that seen Rui Patricio stretchered off the pitch late on.
Wolves captain Conor Coady accidentally collided with his goalkeeper as Liverpool attacked.
Patricio was down for a lengthy period of time leaving many to fear the worst.
However, Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo said the goalkeeper was conscious and aware of what happened in the dressing room.
The win moves Liverpool up to sixth, five points off the top four.
Meanwhile, Wolves remain 13th with nine games left.
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